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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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crown

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | hast, that no one take thy crown," (Rev 3:11), ~Augustine 2 1, 23 | were to lose it." Hence the crown which is the effect of ~ 3 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The crown may be said to belong to 4 1, 23 | and thus no one loses his crown: ~secondly, by the merit 5 1, 23 | thus anyone may lose his crown by mortal sin. Another person ~ 6 1, 23 | Another person ~receives that crown thus lost, inasmuch as he 7 1, 23 | grace, also receives the crown of ~the fallen in that in 8 2, 4 | there is laid ~up for me a crown of justice." Therefore comprehension 9 2, 20 | brethren, my joy and my crown." Therefore the consequences 10 2, 114 | there is laid up for me a crown of justice, which the Lord, 11 2, 28 | monarch better than his crown." ~Merchant of Venice, Act 12 2, 81 | now that ~they have the crown of victory and triumph."~ 13 2, 122 | chastity will gain me a twofold crown."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] 14 3, 8 | receive a never-fading ~crown of glory"; nor the name 15 3, 15 | and one ~most worthy of a crown, according to Apoc. 6:2: " 16 3, 15 | Apoc. 6:2: "There was a crown given ~Him, and He went 17 3, 15 | and the devil, and won the crown of victory by overcoming ~ 18 3, 25 | instance, the nails, the ~crown, the lance; yet to these 19 3, 46 | head He suffered from the crown of piercing thorns; in His 20 3, 64 | merits, culminating in the crown of martyrdom, that the ~ 21 3, 69 | subject, man may receive the crown of victory. Wherefore on 22 3, 89 | hast, that no man take thy crown." That they fail in their 23 Suppl, 39| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the crown is required previous to 24 Suppl, 39| of the sacrament. But the crown or tonsure is not ~befitting 25 Suppl, 40| tonsured in ~the form of a crown?~(2) Whether the tonsure 26 Suppl, 40| tonsure in the shape of a crown. For the Lord threatened 27 Suppl, 40| tonsure ~in the shape of a crown does not become them.~Aquin.: 28 Suppl, 40| correspond to the figure. Now the crown ~was prefigured in the Old 29 Suppl, 40| the head in the form of a ~crown. The same would seem to 30 Suppl, 40| and not in the shape of a crown.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 31 Suppl, 40| Super ~Ps. 101:23). Now a crown is the sign of royalty. 32 Suppl, 40| of royalty. Therefore a crown is ~becoming to those who 33 Suppl, 40| tonsured in the form of a crown by reason ~of the shape. 34 Suppl, 40| of the shape. Because a crown is the sign of royalty; 35 Suppl, 40| it cut in the shape of a crown, but cut it off ~completely, 36 Suppl, 40| signified by the form of a crown; wherefore the ~hair should 37 Suppl, 72| can they do so when the crown, the victory, the ~triumph 38 Suppl, 92| bridegroom decked with a crown, and as a ~bride adorned 39 Suppl, 93| another little golden crown [coronam ~aureolam]," says: " 40 Suppl, 93| aureolam]," says: "This crown denotes the new hymn which 41 Suppl, 93| apparently the aureole ~is a crown awarded, not to all, but 42 Suppl, 93| OTC Para. 2/3~Further, a crown is due to the fight which 43 Suppl, 93| there should be a special crown. Now ~in certain works there 44 Suppl, 93| deserve a special kind of crown, which we call an aureole.~ 45 Suppl, 93| special deeds, for ~instance a crown to the conqueror, a prize 46 Suppl, 93| this reward is called a ~"crown" or "aurea" metaphorically, 47 Suppl, 93| etc. (Apoc. 5:10); ~for a crown is the proper sign of regal 48 Suppl, 93| has ~the character of a crown. For a crown signifies some 49 Suppl, 93| character of a crown. For a crown signifies some kind of perfection, ~ 50 Suppl, 93| make another little golden crown," says that ~"finally the 51 Suppl, 93| victory of another: whereas a crown is ~awarded the victors 52 Suppl, 93| 25:25) that the little crown [aureola] is added to ~the 53 Suppl, 93| aureola] is added to ~the crown. But the fruit is not the 54 Suppl, 93| also make a little ~golden crown [coronam aureolam]" says: " 55 Suppl, 93| coronam aureolam]" says: "This crown denotes the new hymn ~which 56 Suppl, 93| kind of victory, a special crown ~is due. Wherefore since 57 Suppl, 93| Gal. 5:17), a special crown called the aureole ~is due 58 Suppl, 93| yielded to the foe: and the crown is due, not to the ~battle 59 Suppl, 93| chastity ~will receive a double crown" [*Office of S. Lucy; lect. 60 Suppl, 93| also make another . . . crown," ~says: "This may be rightly 61 Suppl, 93| 12 Para. 2/2~Further, the crown is due to one who has striven. 62 Suppl, 93| Wherefore, just as a special crown, which ~we call an aureole, 63 Suppl, 93| actually preach, since a crown is due not to the habit, 64 Suppl, 93| victory, and consequently a crown in its proper ~acceptation. 65 Suppl, 93| the ~notion of aurea or crown is becoming to Christ, the 66 Suppl, 93| on Ex. 25:25: "A polished crown, etc. says that ~a golden [ 67 Suppl, 93| says that ~a golden [aurea] crown is added, when the Gospel 68 Suppl, 93| added the little golden crown ~[aureola] when it is said: '


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